I’m sure I wasn’t the only one who noticed this on the front page of the print Sunday Oregonian Metro section.
Coincidence is a fact of life, but it did give me reason to pause – and muse on names, class, lawyers (and those without lawyers), and clients. I don’t think anyone came out ahead in either of these two (and counting) legal skirmishes:
1) Steve Duin story: “Contrite? Davis Wright? Not Quite” (online version: Contrite? Davis Wright? Not quite, by Steve Duin, The Oregonian, October 24, 2009):
About Sunwest and Davis, Wright, Tremaine law firm
2) Aimee Green story: “Hostage victim told to repay debt to killer” (online version: Crime victim being sued by his assailant, may have to pay, by Aimee Green, The Oregonian, October 24, 2009):
About Tremayne Durham, who is serving a life sentence in the Oregon State Penitentiary, and Rob Chambers.